Visit ARKive - one of Wildscreen’s key initiatives - for more photos and videos of the Atlantic spotted dolphin (Stenella frontalis)

Visit ARKive - one of Wildscreen’s key initiatives - for more photos and videos of the puffin (Fratercula arctica)

Visit ARKive - one of Wildscreen’s key initiatives - for more photos and videos of the lion (Panthera leo)

Visit ARKive - one of Wildscreen’s key initiatives - for more photos and videos of the emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri)

Visit ARKive - one of Wildscreen’s key initiatives - for photos and videos of plants and animals threatened by extinction

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HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh"Books and lectures can do a lot to explain the facts of life on this planet, but images and sounds are better at stirring the imagination. I am quite sure that through its series of Festivals and ARKive, Wildscreen has been responsible for making more people aware of the natural world than any other conservation organisation."

HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh

Professor Edward O. Wilson, Harvard University"Wildscreen has gained international recognition and support because, first it is the premier supporter of wildlife and natural history films in the world, and second because ARKive is our leading repository for images of Earth's endangered species. This enterprise is fundamental to research and education, and will grow more so with each passing year. I'm proud and pleased to be a patron."

Professor Edward O. Wilson, Harvard University

Dr Sylvia Earle, Oceanographer"Wildscreen and ARKive are all about knowing the natural world, creating awareness about the connections between ourselves and all creatures, from minute microbes to mighty giants. With knowing comes caring, and with caring there is hope - we have a chance now, as never before - and perhaps as never again - to provide security for wildlife on the land and in the sea, and in so doing, security for ourselves."

Dr Sylvia Earle, Oceanographer

Sir David Attenborough CH FRS"Natural history films are more than just entertainment. They provide a crucial insight into the world, from which so many of us are increasingly divorced. We cannot properly value what we do not know. I truly believe the films that Wildscreen cares for and promotes are major elements in the battle to protect our imperilled natural world. Wildscreen has become a crucial force in bringing about changes of attitude that will have to happen if humanity is not to totally devastate the planet."

Sir David Attenborough, CH FRS

Sir David Attenborough CH FRS"If you don’t capture audiences, if you don’t inspire them, if you don’t grab their interest by being entertaining, they will learn absolutely zip. It should be entertaining first, and the education will follow. And Wildscreen does just that through its ARKive project, capturing the imagination of a huge variety of visitors. If you love the natural world you can be part of a unique enterprise to document our planet’s wildlife and by doing so you contribute directly to global conservation, education and understanding. "

Dr George C McGavin, BSc PhD FRGS FLS

 

 

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